2006 New York Code - Rooms In Cellars.
§ 106. Rooms in cellars. It shall be unlawful to occupy all or any part of a cellar for sleeping purposes, but all or part of such cellar may be used for storage or other general utility purposes accessory to the occupancy, use or management of the dwelling.
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